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From Adrien Montfort <adrien.montf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Remote Cloudstack Management Server and public IPs
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2013 09:02:37 GMT
I don't have available VLAN's. But I was thinking I could emulate one with
a VPN server on CS Management server side. Is it a long shot ?
Actually, to be more precise, I have three IP that are routed to my host.
But they are not contiguous and I don't think it's possible to configure
the management network of my pod so that it can uses these IPs. Is it ?


On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 1:54 AM, Chiradeep Vittal <
Chiradeep.Vittal@citrix.com> wrote:

> Not familiar with OVH, but in general 'advanced' networking in CS is
> challenging without VLANs. Do you have VLANs available?
>
> What do you plan on using your CS for? I'd say there's a minimum of 3
> "public ip" needed (assuming you are using advanced networking): 1 each
> for the system vms and 1 for the virtual router.
>
> Assuming you have VLANs (let's say the range is 100-200), you could use
> one VLAN for the public ips. These 'public ips' can be non-RFC1918
> addresses by the way.
>
>
> On 2/19/13 1:33 AM, "Adrien Montfort" <adrien.montfort@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >Hello,
> >Please pardon me if my question seems stupid or trivial but I am very new
> >to cloudstack and cloud computing in general. I am not the best at
> >networking as well.
> >
> >I have two servers hosted by OVH (that are not in a VLAN).
> >On one of them (ESX), I've a VM on which I've installed the Cloudstack
> >Management server. This VM has a public IP.
> >On the other server I've installed OVH Xenserver distribution (XenServer
> >release 5.6.100-46766p (xenenterprise) - based on Red Hat 4.1.2-48)
> >I've currently no CIDR block routed to this server. Only one public IP.
> >As this will be the first host in my zone, it will host the two system VM
> >(storage and proxy).
> >
> >So my question is: is this even possible with only one public IP routed to
> >my Xenserver host? Is there something I can do to workaround this? I've
> >installed a VPN server on my Cloudstack Management Server but I don't
> >really see how it can help... Can it?
> >My guess is that I *need *more IP address but I really need to be sure.
> >
> >Thanks a lot for you help.
> >Cheers,
> >
> >Adrien
>
>

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